These researchers mailed letters to wrong addresses in 159 countries (including the U.S. and Ghana), collected data on whether the letters were returned to the sender, and then looked at the factors associated with the letter return rate. Some fun findings:
I have worked in economic policy and research in Washington, D.C. and Ghana. My husband and I recently moved to Guyana, where I am working for the Ministry of Finance. I like riding motorcycle, outdoor sports, foreign currencies, capybaras, and having opinions.